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Aarhus University, VIA University College, the Central Denmark Region and 12 municipalities have joined forces to provide a solid foundation for the development of the products and solutions of the future for the health service - for the benefit of Denmark’s citizens. This is being done with a renewal of the MTIC collaboration.
As a consequence of the spending cuts in the administration, AU HR will no longer offer various courses which members of staff can sign up for individually. Instead, targeted courses will be created based on a specific request from a large group.
Medical doctor and assistant professor Søren Dinesen Østergaard from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital (AUH) has received the American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology's "New Investigator Award". He receives the award after developing a new method for measuring the severity of psychotic depression.
Four projects from Aarhus University have just received financial support from the Nursing Research Foundation, which is part of the Danish Nurses’ Organisation. The funding will go towards improving nursing for the benefit of patients.
The Department of Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University has appointed Nikolaos Polyzos as a new honorary professor. He carries out research into treatment options for women who are unable to become pregnant.
A new research project by the Regional Hospital Horsens and Aarhus University will clarify whether there is a correlation between gluten intolerance – also known as coeliac disease – and the fertility of Danish women and men.
RUNSAFE proudly congratulate Mia Beck Lichtenstein with her tremendous 3rd place amongst 8 finalists in the nation-wide Danish PhD cup 2015.
If you like Spanish tapas, stand-up and live music in the company of your colleagues, then register for this year’s summer staff party at Health.
The Research Support Office invites AU employees to three different Horizon 2020 events focusing on writing professional and competitive project applications. The events will take place on 3-4 June 2015.
The PhD degree programme should be seen as a necessary investment for Danish research and as a way of giving the level of knowledge in Denmark the boost it requires to succeed in a global context.
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